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In Meta di Sorrento, this beach has a long seafaring history.
An old-time beach concession at Piano di Sorrento offers services to make the day at the beach easy and enjoyable.
The beach for Sant'Agnello di Sorrento, La Marinella is located at the base of the cliff, tucked in like an exclusive hide-away.
Marina del Cantone overlooks the Gulf of Salerno between the Bay of Jeranto and Recommone.
The beach is located at the tiny fishing village of Marina della Lobra, a pretty cluster of homes still inhabited by fishermen and boaters.
Meta di Sorrento is four kilometers from the city of Sorrento, below the cliffs and with some nice beaches to enjoy.
The area of Massa Lubrense is called the "blue pearl" of the Mediterranean.
This isn't a beach in the traditional sense, but a hidden natural swimming pool, natural arch, and archeology site on the Cape of Sorrento.
A well-known beach resort that offers full service to make your day at the sea relaxing.
You'll find a great beach along with ancient Roman ruins dating to the 2nd century BC at Il Pezzolo in Vico Equense.
The beach at Hotel La Tonnarella is a magical and little known ravine that hides an explosion of colours and perfumes.
Marina di Crapolla is certainly one of the most striking spots along the Sorrento and Amalfi Coasts, but also one of the less visible and easily accessible.
On the Costa Lubrense between Sorrento and Massa Lubrense, the adorable fishing village of Marina di Puolo offers one of the area's loveliest beaches.
The "beach" isn't so much a beach in the traditional sense of sand but is a unique atmosphere of platforms and ladders.
Easy to find and colorful, the Marina Grande is a primary attraction in Sorrento for its waterfront restaurants and old fishing hamlet atmosphere.
A beach, *Sorrento-style -meaning a small swatch of sand and platforms over the water for sunning.
Sandy beach with clear water, nice views and a snack bar.
One of the Sorrento peninsula's best beaches, Marina del Cantone sits where the Bay of Nerano meets the marine protected area of Punta Campanella.
At Sant'Agnello di Sorrento, a beach called Caterina provides dark volcanic sand with a small free section and a concession that rents umbrellas.
In the Marina di Cassano, the beach offers umbrellas and sun beds, while the restaurant provides house-made pasta and fresh seafood.
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